Oracle has released its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal 2010, ending in February. Oracle reports that their […]
Kohsuke Kawaguchi, senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems, has revealed that he is leaving the company. Following his departure, Kawaguchi […]
After withholding its verdict for months, Russia’s anti-monopoly regulator (FAS) has now announced that it approves of the Sun/Oracle merger: […]
Oracle have announced a community briefing on the GlassFish implementation of the Java EE 6 platform specification.
Version 2.2 of the Parrot virtual machine for the Rakudo Perl 6 implementation, is now available from the Parrot website. […]
JAXenter spoke with co-lead of the EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0 specifications, and co-author of the ‘Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API’ reference book, Mike Keith, about the increasing overlap between OSGi and Java EE, and how this new relationship could effect future versions of the Java EE.
Mark Fidelman of Collaborative Networks organisation MindTouch, has posted a blog detailing ‘The Most Powerful Voices in Open Source.’ “These […]
Tim Bray has announced that he has left Sun/Oracle and has taken up a position at Google. He claims that […]
Chief Open Source Officer Simon Phipps has left Sun/Oracle, a few months short of his 10th anniversary at the company. […]
A technical walkthrough for building a fully functional beta version of Vagrant is now available at the project website. Vagrant […]
As those hooked into the Twittersphere might already be aware, this week has seen some debate about the effect open sourcing the Java platform has had on the number of Java developers which inevitably leads to the question ‘just how many Java developers are there?’
After pulling the plug on Sun’s Project Wonderland, it has been announced that Sun’s open source application server for multiplayer […]
Qualcomm and Oracle have announced the availability of Oracle’s Sun Java Wireless Client for Qualcomm’s Brew Mobile Platform (Brew MP). […]
On 27th January, the IT world sat down and watched Oracle’s five hour long webcast, hoping for the answers to questions we’d been debating for nine months. How would Oracle manage the obvious overlap in their own portfolio, and that of the newly-acquired Sun Microsystems? How would they propose to handle two popular Java Virtual Machines Hotspot and JRockit? And what of their two application servers GlassFish and WebLogic? In this article, Java EE expert Dirk Weil gives an in-depth analysis of Oracle’s statements and whether, in his opinion, Oracle was able to lay some of our questions to rest……..